1 A B C F G H I K L M N O P R S T U W


A cigar is a meticulously crafted product composed solely of tobacco leaves that undergo a delicate process of drying and fermentation. The leaves are then carefully rolled into a cylindrical shape to be smoked and enjoyed.

Cigars are available in an extensive range of shapes and sizes.

Cigars have consistently comprised three essential components: the filler, the binder leaf (which maintains the filler in place), and the wrapper leaf, which is often the finest quality leaf utilized.

The cigar manufacturer’s logo is frequently printed on a band that surrounds the cigar. Cuban cigars, in particular, may come with two bands that display Limited Edition (Edición Limitada) and the year of production.

Cigar tobacco is mainly grown in Central America and the Caribbean islands, consisting of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, and Puerto Rico. It is also produced in the Eastern United States, Brazil, Italy, Spain (specifically the Canary Islands), Greece, Indonesia, and the Philippines in Southeast Asia.

Click here for a quick overview of the different types of cigars.

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